This is a small cafe with reasonably authentic and affordable Vietnamese food. Daily brief menu but most everything we have has eaten is pretty good.
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Smallish converted shop on Blackwood Street. Average decor but very friendly service. Table for two (it's BYO) with starter and main. Starter rice paper rolls were very tasty leading to an expectation that the 'creamy chicken coconut curry' would be equally good. How wrong we...More
We hadn't been in a while so it was time for a return. I'm not sure if there has been a change in ownership but the food has taken a distinct turn for the worse. I'll just say that you can tell the difference between...More
A good friend of mine and I often catch up over a good Pho. We thought having read reviews we would go to Avachat tonight to try it-more expensive than the amazing Vietnamese food in West End but much closer to home. The Pho (beef)...More
This delightful restaurant is always relaxed and enjoyable. I had friends from the UK and one had never eaten Vietnamese food before. My pho (northern style chicken noodle soup) was sensational and very filling. After crispy vegetable and meat spring rolls my friends chose rice,...More
eaten here several times and the food is always good. A few of my favourites don't make the menu but what they do is great. and to get a table at this little gem so either be prepared to wait at night or book.
A cosy little café tucked away in Mitchelton, with "nice" food, but not traditional Vietnamese. We've eaten here a handful of times, but haven't been back since trying other Vietnamese restaurants in Brisbane. No stand out dishes at all.
We went to this restaurant when it opened and 8 years later are still going. The food is great, the service is great, and when Jimmy isn't too busy you can Avachat !! The cost is inexpensive for such fine tasting dishes and everything is...More